It was a busy week on the lanes at Chet & Emil’s in Birnamwood.

Jeremy Praslowicz started things on Tuesday during Commercial League play by rolling a big 698 series, just missing out on a national honor count by only two pins.

Doug Kunst was second with a 676 series, but out-did Praslowicz for high game honors with a 290.

Jordan Wanta was third in the series category with a 647.

Behind Kunst for high-game honors was Jeremy Praslowicz with a 267, while Reid Praslowicz produced a 257 game.

Wednesday Business League competition saw Shawn Walkush comne out on top with a national honor count of 713. Jeremy Praslowicz was second with a 693, followed by Dave Schultz’s 683.

High game honors belonged to Corey Krull and his 269, Tim Lemke was four pins back with a 265 and Dave Schmidt a 257.

Thursday Early Birds concluded play and it was Patricia Stadler on top in both categories with a 574 high series, including the night’s top game of 203.

Susan Zeinert was second at 535, followed by Kim Zeller’s 532 series and Jennifer Duranceau with a 514.

Duranceau equaled Stadler’s high game with a 203. Zeinert hit 200 on the nose, with Zeller at 190 and Darcy Hille bowled a 179.